Tuesday, July 12, 2011

My Portrait Photo

I am 4 1/2 months old, almost a teenager! This is my awesome portrait photo. Momma took it because I am graduating 6th grade!! I got the following grades:

Cat Speak .......A
Running and Jumping......A
Balancing and Climbing.....B
Mouse Hunting.....A
Getting Along With Other Cats.....D (Miracle is too overbearing and doesn't respect her elders)
Manners.....C (Miracle needs some work here)
Listens .....D (Miracle doesn't pay attention and is a real cut-up in class)

Momma says I need to work on the the last three............a lot!!!

Miracle 4 Paws

12 comments:

Cheysuli and gemini said...

But why should you listen? I mean really--are they saying anything important?

Mark's Mews said...

But you did so well on the 1st 4. An those are most important!

Random Felines said...

Honey - tell your mommy you are a calico - based on that, you are doing exceedingly well in ALL your classes. MOL

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

This picture is absolutely beautiful!
Those classes you scored lower in should not be included in a kitten's curriculum. They are too advanced.

Daisy said...

Those tiny ear tufts are fabulous!

The Tower Hill Mob said...

Um, we may be wrong, but we thought being overbearing and not listening are hallmarks of being calico....
Keep up the good work and you're looking adorable!
Toby and Cupcake

A few Good Cats said...

Miracle, you took a very good school portrait! And we agree that you did very well in the classes that matter.

Athena said...

Not all classes are equally impawtant! Don't worry about it sweetie, you are doing great!

The Island Cats said...

Miracle, that's a lovely class photo of you!

Derby, Ducky said...

What a lovely lady cat you are! Your portrait is stunning.

Don't worry about your grades, you don't have to be a straight A cat to be successful.

Junior and Orion said...

Well, we give you an A for cuteness! Does that make up for some of your lower grades?

Takie said...

Don't worry about to your grades... that's only a number. the most informant is how you become a successful cat.


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